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The American Society of Cinematographers is announcing its winners today for the 35th Annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards this afternoon in the feature film, documentary and television cinematography categories.They represent the organization’s picks for the most compelling visual filmmaking over the past 14 months. The Society is bestowing the ASC Board of Governors Award to
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James Newton Howard is no stranger to the Western. He composed the scores for Wyatt Earp and Hidalgo, but the music for News of the World required a different touch. “This may be a big Western, with big characters and landscapes,” Newton Howard says, “but it’s a much more introspective movie.” The story follows Captain
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Casting professionals who are also actors have been banned from running for elected office at SAG-AFTRA. The ruling came down today at a meeting of the union’s national board of directors. Deemed “management,” casting professionals are now also barred from serving as members of SAG-AFTRA negotiating committees, and as delegates to the union’s biennial conventions.
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The Trail of the Chicago 7, Soul and Tenet were among the film winners at the 68th annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards, which were handed out during a virtual ceremony tonight. The Motion Picture Sound Editors also honored TV shows including The Mandalorian and The Queen’s Gambit. Read the full winners list below. Other films scooping trophies at
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The virtual 48th annual Annie Awards ceremony is underway, and Deadline is updating the winners live as they are announced. Check out the livestream here and winners list below. Two very different toon features come into the ASIFA-Hollywood ceremony tied with 10 nominations apiece. Disney/Pixar’s Soul and Apple Original Films/Gkids’ Wolfwalkers will face off against each other
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The Trial of the Chicago 7, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Soul, One Night in Miami and Minari took the top film honors at the Casting Society of America 36th annual Artios Awards, which were handed out in a virtual ceremony tonight. Check out the full winners list in 29 categories spanning film, TV and theater below.
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This morning, Universal Pictures dropped a new trailer for F9, the latest action-packed installment in its Fast & Furious franchise. Picking up after the events of 2017’s The Fate of the Furious, the action pic follows unparalleled street racer and auto mechanic Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), as he’s reunited with his younger broker, Jakob (John Cena). A deadly
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Lionsgate has released the trailer for Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, the action comedy that returns the team of Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, Salma Hayek, director Patrick Hugues and screenwriter Tom O’Conner for a second go-around after 2007’s successful The Hitman’s Bodyguard. The pic, like others delayed by the pandemic, is now prepping for its June
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Refresh for updates…On Monday, a number of prominent Hollywood figures took to social media to mourn the closure of Arclight Cinemas. “Well this sucks,” tweeted Knives Out and The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson. “Every single person who worked at the Arclight loved movies, and you felt it. Sending love to every usher, manager and projectionist who
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After another solid weekend at the box office, several Wall Street analysts have issued upbeat outlooks on the exhibition sector, calling for a robust moviegoing rebound from Covid-19 in 2022. One of the analysts, Eric Handler at MKM Partners, released findings from a survey his firm did of 1,000 moviegoers across the U.S. People who
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The Guild of Music Supervisors held their 11th annual awards virtually today, celebrating outstanding achievement in the craft of music supervision in film, television, documentary, games, advertising and trailers. Quincy Jones received this year’s Icon Award while Maureen Crowe, the founding President of the Guild of Music Supervisors, accepted the Legacy Award. Music legend Stevie
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Will the DGA make history tonight? Should Nomadland director Chloé Zhao or Promising Young Woman filmmaker Emerald Fennell win in the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film category, it will rep the second time that the DGA has awarded its top prize to a female director after Kathryn Bigelow for 2008’s The Hurt Locker.  The DGA has largely
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These are good times for Lee Isaac Chung. The writer-director of the widely acclaimed Minari is up for Best Director at this weekend’s DGA awards, and his film is nominated for six BAFTA Awards including one for his directing. It is also up for the Best Picture Oscar and five other nominations including two for him
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A column chronicling conversations and events on the awards circuit. This weekend marks the first-ever movie awards season Deadline Contenders featuring only nominees. After first doing three different Contenders Film events in January, we are now narrowing it to those who made the cut at the Oscars, BAFTA, and various guilds. A total of 45
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Lionsgate’s Voyagers isn’t your ordinary “the human race is in danger” sci fi romp. Written and directed by Neil Burger (Limitless, The Illusionist) Voyagers follows a group of young men and women bred specifically to have a great level of intelligence and obedience as they embark on an expedition to colonize a distant planet. Sounds like good, safe
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